Saints are delighted to announce a brand-new partnership with Willowbrook Hospice in conjunction with Principal Club partners Totally Wicked for the 2024 season.
The new partnership will see the Club support one of the most well-respected local charities.
The partnership has been formed alongside long-standing Club partners Totally Wicked who have kindly donated part of their kit branding to the charity.
For the 2024 season, you’ll notice the Willowbrook Hospice logo featuring on all junior replica kits aswell as on the player’s kit for the away fixture vs Catalan Dragons.
The Totally Wicked brand isn’t included on kits worn by under 18s and also cannot be displayed in France. For the 2024 season, Totally Wicked have kindly chosen to gift this sponsorship opportunity to Willowbrook, thereby increasing their visibility and support within the community.
A Saints representative commented: “We are delighted to be working closely with Willowbrook, which does so much for local people and their families. We are also hugely appreciative of Totally Wicked getting behind one of our key local charities, which further enhances the impact they have made with their investment into the Club and the Town.”
Totally Wicked commented “We’re pleased to share that as Principal Partners of St.Helens R.F.C., we’ve established a partnership with Willowbrook Hospice, a well-respected palliative care unit. This collaboration holds the potential to extend their reach to a wider audience, garnering additional support for their vital mission.”
Further details on other activations around the partnership that will take place throughout 2024 will be released closer to the season.
Willowbrook Hospice is an independent UK charity founded in 1993 to establish a local, specialized palliative care unit for our community. Thanks to the positive encouragement and generous contributions from our community, the hospice’s doors opened in 1997. Since then, they’ve provided care, compassion, comfort, love, laughter, and warmth to over 10,000 patients, many from the St.Helens area.